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Title of the Position:

Senior Analyst – Analysis Support, Coordination and Benchmarking

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg

Salary:

Market Related

Core Job Purpose:

To support to the Executive Manager - Regulatory Analysis.

Minimum Requirements:

Law Degree, Post Graduate qualification, preferably. Minimum 3 - 5 years’ experience in legal compliance and regulatory role is required.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Translate the planned freight demand (developed by the Senior Specialist Demand Planning) to port and pipeline demand for infrastructure capacity expansions.
  • Monitor the regulatory environment to identify new applicable regulatory requirements and amendments to existing regulatory requirements.
  • Review regulatory requirements and interact with key stakeholders advising them of the new or amended regulatory requirements for the Company.
  • Coordinate and track comments received from Centre functions and Operating Divisions on draft regulatory requirements.
  • Maintain a register of new and amended regulatory requirements.
  • Draft communications on new Regulatory requirements, amendments or when Regulatory requirements are repealed.
  • Provide support to the Executive Manager on the analysis and interpretation of regulatory requirements for inclusion incompliance control plans.
  • Provide support to the Executive Manager in the interpretation of regulatory requirements for inclusion in compliance monitoring activities.
  • Provide support to the Executive Manager in the maintaining and tracking Statutory Reporting Requirements and Responsibilities.
  • Provide support to the Executive Manager in the on-going awareness of new regulatory requirements.
  • Provide support to the Executive Manager in conducting research and identifying best practice compliance analysis benchmarks, so that the Company can be on par with its counterparts.
  • Provide support to the Executive Manager in the development and implementation of a compliance analysis benchmarking process taking into local and international developments.
  • Reviewing of draft regulatory requirements gazetted for public comment against comparable international regulatory requirements.
  • Co-ordinate comments from OD and The Company functions, where applicable, relating to comments on draft Company policies and procedures.
  • Review draft Company policies and procedures for compliance to relevant regulatory requirements and provide comments.
  • Research regulatory requirements and provide compliance memorandums / opinions.
  • Provide support to the Executive Manager to provide “plain language” regulatory requirements in order that it is meaningful to the business.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Senior Specialist - Forensics

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg

Salary:

Market Related

Core Job Purpose:

To assist Group Forensic Manager with the timeous and adequate resolution of fraud related allegations and investigations s well as detection and prevention elements in the Group.

Minimum Requirements:

Unless the applicant can demonstrate that he/she has developed the necessary competencies through experience, an under-graduate qualification (such as a B.Com, Forensic Accounting degree or LLB) is required. At least 5 years’ experience in forensic investigation unit (or a similar environment) is required. Registration as a member of Institute of Internal Auditors may be preferred. CFE registration would be preferred, but is not essential.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Assist in developing the forensic model for the Group and overseeing the implementation of the model into the operating divisions, the Corporate Centre and all support divisions.
  • Report to the Group Head of Internal Control.
  • Assist in managing the performance of the Forensics investigation service provider and provide input on material investigations initiatives, ensuring that the relevant stakeholders are involved in the process and that the outcomes achieved are satisfactory.
  • Sit on the Forensic Working Group and sit on all divisions committees.
  • Assist in the forensic prevention plan for the Group and sit on the Group Prevention Steering Committee.
  • Assist in driving the fraud prevention plan and development thereof for reporting to the Group Head of Internal Control.
  • Sit on all divisional committees in this regard.
  • Ensure that the Company complies with all the applicable laws and regulations as far as forensic activities and reporting responsibilities are concerned, by ensuring that there are processes and procedures in place to identify any possible breaches and to report non-compliance.
  • Ensure that the forensic function is effective and efficient throughout the Group by making improvements to the current forensic processes.

This will include:

  • Providing input to the management on the usage of the whistle blowing Tip-offs line to ensure confidentiality, efficiency and effectiveness.
  • Managing the less-material investigations at the Group level and in the operating divisions.
  • Ensuring that the disciplinary process is efficient and transparent, including identifying operational improvements and the implementation of those improvements.
  • Ensuring that applicable legal processes are followed when disciplinary action is taken.
  • Oversee the process that ensures that employees of the Company are aware of the Tip-offs line and that individuals are confident and comfortable to use the facility. This will include involvement in the awareness training and other marketing initiatives.
  • Provide training and run workshops for personnel in the individual operating divisions on how to pursue allegations, by transferring skills and knowledge to these employees.
  • Issue executive summaries of progress within the unit to the Group Chief Financial Officer as well as the General Manager: Group Finance and the Senior Manager: Internal Control.
  • Assist in setting of long and short term performance measures for the contracted out forensics function, to ensure that it can be objectively monitored in terms of its requirement to provide a value added service to the Group.
  • Assist in managing the budget for forensics initiatives, as well as performing any other administrative duties in this regard.
  • Perform cost-benefit analyses of individual investigations, to ensure that available resources are most effectively utilised.
  • Attend divisional fraud steering committee meetings, with a view to sharing information and achieving consistency of approach among the divisions.
  • Ensure that control weaknesses are identified during and communicate these to internal audit in order to ensure the implementation of a sustainable control to mitigate the weakness.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Senior Manager - Rail Planning

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg

Salary:

Market Related

Core Job Purpose:

To lead the planning functions of (LTPF) by providing direction and co-ordination of rail infrastructure and rolling stock planning functions.

Minimum Requirements:

Unless the incumbent can demonstrate that he/she has developed the necessary competencies through experience, an Engineering degree is required. At least 5 years’ experience of Infrastructure and Capital Planning. 5 years proven experience in Rail Engineering is essential. 4 years proven experience of project management will be an advantage.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Formulate and develop the rail components of the Long Term Planning Framework (LTPF) and supporting rail network plans.
  • Ensure alignment of these plans with the Company Strategic and Commercial objectives.
  • Ensure the translation of freight demand (developed by the Manager Demand Planning) to rail demand for infrastructure (train slots) and rolling stock by type, route and network segment.
  • Ensure comprehensive analysis and understanding of the installed capacity available on the entire rail network and associated hub and terminal infrastructure.
  • Oversee capacity utilisation analysis to understand when and where new capacity will be required in future.
  • Identify and guide the development of technology and infrastructure improvement plans that will most effectively ensure sufficient capacity ahead of demand.
  • Ensure development of the required rolling stock, service design and infrastructure development plans to reflect the 30 year capital cost and cash-flow programmes.
  • Ensure integration with other planning functions (port & pipeline), optimize the Company’s short term (0-7 years), medium term (8-15 years) and long term (16-30 years) infrastructure capital investments.
  • Conceptualise and direct research and planning studies including the early selection, planning, development and approval of capital investment concepts and business cases for project feasibility development.
  • Produce a comprehensive risk register for rail development projects. The register will include safety, commercial, operational, spatial, environmental and social risks.
  • Lead the management of projects during the PLP FER, FEL1 and FEL 2 process stages and gates.
  • Offer support to Group Commercial and Commercial with capacity analysis and infrastructure development investigations in support of commercial contract negotiations.
  • Lead and address rail planning issues at various internal and external planning committees.
  • Approve and ensure preparation of planning position papers on behalf of the Company in response to external queries about long term rail developments and land usage.
  • Provide planning direction and support to the operating units in the development of specific conceptual and pre-feasibility studies and the assessment of component infrastructure plans.
  • Represent the Company on planning issues to external stakeholders and establish structured planning interfaces with planning authorities to ensure alignment and adoption of the LTPF; support Group Strategy and Group Policy on such engagements when required.
  • Ensure the alignment of the rail capital plans with the capital budgeting cycle by engaging with the operating divisions planning functions on an on-going basis.
  • Implement and maintain adequate controls of Group Planning budget with pro-active and prudent cost containment and adherence to the Company’s finance and accounting policies and procedures.
  • Ensure effective office governance by ensuring monthly reports on progress are comprehensively prepared and presented.
  • Effective management of the rail planning team by ensuring the Company’s HR policies and processes are communicated and implemented including performance reviews, skills development and training.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Senior Manager – Simulation Modelling

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg

Salary:

Market Related

Core Job Purpose:

The purpose of the position is to establish and manage the simulation and business modelling group within the Planning Group.

Minimum Requirements:

Unless the incumbent can demonstrate that he/she has developed the necessary competencies through experience, a relevant degree in Industrial Engineering or Operations Research is required. A minimum of 10 years’ experience in operational research is required. A Minimum of 5 years’ experience in the field of Infrastructure and Capital Planning in a large transport or logistics environment is required. Sound experience of working within a Corporate Strategic Management environment is required. Some relevant experience in rail, port and pipeline Engineering is required. Some experience of Project Management will be an advantage. A tertiary qualification in Business Management will be an advantage.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Supporting the execution of the Company strategy from a planning point of view through the use of simulation and modelling.
  • Take overall responsibility of all modelling and simulation activities, and the outputs, in the Company and especially the Planning Group.
  • Be aware of, and be the custodian, of all modelling projects within the planning environment.
  • Align the Company modelling with Stakeholder modelling projects.
  • Source of expertise and guidance on modelling best practice.
  • Oversight role on OD modelling and checking on business case models.
  • Act as a source of resourcing for projects.
  • Benchmarking best practice within the planning environment.
  • Communicating and report the results of the simulation and other models to clients within the Company, right up to executive level, in a way that will ensure maximum benefit.
  • In essence this is a “marketing and selling” task to attain credibility for the simulation and modelling group within Planning and within the entire the Company.
  • Explain complex concepts and techniques.
  • Ensure that the simulation and modelling group is the repository of completed models.
  • Ensure modification, updating of models and re-run of model queries do happen.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Senior Specialist - Capacity Planning

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg

Salary:

Market Related

Core Job Purpose:

The position ensures that the planned demand is translated into rail demand infrastructure and rolling stock informed by the strategically defined operating models and capacity breakpoints.

Minimum Requirements:

Unless the incumbent can demonstrate that he/she has developed the necessary competencies through experience, an Engineering degree is required with at least 5 years’ experience of Infrastructure and Capital Planning. At least 5 years proven experience in Rail Engineering is essential with 4 years proven experience of project management. Must be in possession of a Drivers licence code B. Must be in a position to travel regularly for visits to project sites and operational environments.

Knowledge:

  • In-depth knowledge of rail logistics and operations.
  • Thorough knowledge of supply chain design and capacity planning.
  • Thorough understanding of commercial management in a transportation / logistics environment.
  • Understanding of business case development and financial analysis.
  • Thorough knowledge of rail infrastructure lifecycle management.
  • Knowledge of Project Management principles and controls.
  • Solid contextualisation skills.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Translate the planned freight demand (developed by the Senior Specialist Demand Planning) to rail demand for infrastructure (train slots) and rolling stock by type, route and network segment.
  • Develop a service design plan and the matrix to inform the transportation model in conjunction with the Senior Specialist Simulation Modelling.
  • Develop the high level train plan required to handle the forecast traffic volume and to accommodate where required scheduled passenger train operations.
  • Set up operational standards and designs. Service designs to match with installed infrastructure capacity.
  • Develop service design plans to inform the rail infrastructure and rolling stock requirements that will most likely ensure sufficient capacity ahead of demand.
  • Develop the required rolling stock fleet plans to reflect the 30 year capital cost and cash-flow programmes.
  • Determine a total system throughput which is influenced by the optimal axle loading, safe train configuration, scheduling, staging, consolidation and crewing.
  • Develop a high level the train service plan for each volume flow including terminal and haulage time and the origin and destination terminal for each flow.
  • Identify train operation enhanced technologies (ECP braking, DP, Dual Voltage Locos, on the fly change over and safety systems) for specific operational models and breakpoints.
  • Identify system capacity constraints and capacity resource requirements in terms of running lines, yards, traction change over, locos, wagons, preparation and inspection facilities, operational staff facilities, planning and control systems and communications systems.
  • Develop alternatives to mitigate capacity constraints and operational readiness fatal flaws.
  • Comprehensively analyse the installed capacity available on the entire rail network and associated hub and terminal infrastructure.
  • Conduct capacity utilisation analysis to understand when and where new capacity will be required in future.
  • Identify and guide the development of technology and infrastructure improvement plans that will most effectively ensure sufficient capacity ahead of demand.
  • Ensure development of the required rolling stock, service design and infrastructure development plans to reflect the 30 year capital cost and cash-flow programmes.
  • Produce a comprehensive risk register for rail development projects. The register will include safety, commercial, operational, spatial, environmental and social risks.
  • Lead the development of projects.
  • Offer support to Group Commercial and TFR with capacity analysis and infrastructure development investigations in support of commercial contract negotiations.
  • Lead and address rail planning issues at various internal and external planning committees.
  • Approve and ensure preparation of planning position papers on behalf of company in response to external queries about long term rail developments and land usage.
  • Provide planning direction and support to the operating units in the development of specific conceptual and pre-feasibility studies and the assessment of component infrastructure plans.
  • Represent company on planning issues to external stakeholders and establish structured planning interfaces with planning authorities to ensure alignment.
  • Strategy and Group Policy on such engagements when required
  • Ensure the alignment of the rail capital plans with the capital budgeting cycle by engaging with the operating divisions planning functions on an on-going basis.
  • Implement and maintain adequate controls of Group Planning budget with pro-active and prudent cost containment and adherence to company finance and accounting policies and procedures.
  • Ensure effective office governance by ensuring monthly reports on progress are comprehensively prepared and presented.
  • Effective management of the rail planning team by ensuring company HR policies and processes are communicated and implemented including performance reviews, skills development and training.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Senior Specialist - FER Studies

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg

Salary:

Market Related

Core Job Purpose:

To manage the planning functions of LTPF by providing direction and coordination of infrastructure and rolling stock planning functions in order to create capacity ahead of demand.

Minimum Requirements:

Unless the incumbent can demonstrate that he/she has developed the necessary competencies through experience, an Engineering degree is required with at least 5 years’ experience of Infrastructure and Capital Planning is required. At least 5 years proven experience in Rail Engineering is essential. A least 4 years proven experience of project management will be an advantage. Must be in possession of a Drivers licence code B. Must be in a position to travel regularly for visits to project sites and operational environments.

Knowledge:

  • In-depth knowledge of rail logistics and operations.
  • Thorough knowledge of supply chain design and capacity planning.
  • Thorough understanding of commercial management in a transportation / logistics environment.
  • Understanding of business case development and financial analysis.
  • Thorough knowledge of rail infrastructure lifecycle management.
  • Knowledge of Project Management principles and controls.
  • Solid contextualisation skills.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Conceptualise and direct research and planning studies including the early selection, planning, development and approval of capital investment concepts and business cases for project feasibility development.
  • Lead the management of projects.
  • Conduct gap analysis (understanding the difference between the current status quo and the operational requirements) and comparing the current capacity against the opportunities that maybe offered by different capacity creation scenarios.
  • Develop roadmaps which take into account the introduction of new eco-friendly and intelligent technologies to adapt with forces shaping the social change.
  • Develop and update a supply chain model used for rail line capacity creation options development.
  • Concept design methodologies to be used for the various railway engineering designs, i.e. operations, civil and permanent way, signalling and telecommunications, and traction electrification.
  • Conduct financial analysis on the proposed intervention options, including a decision matrix to select the highly likely options to be further investigated.
  • Develop a risk register highlighting key risks and proposed mitigations; Offer support to Group Commercial and TFR Commercial with capacity analysis and infrastructure development investigations in support of commercial contract negotiations.
  • Lead and address rail planning issues at various internal and external planning committees. This includes brainstorming workshops and joint planning meetings.
  • Approve and ensure preparation of planning position papers on behalf of company in response to external queries about long term rail developments and land usage.
  • Provide planning direction and support to the operating units in the development of specific conceptual and pre-feasibility studies and the assessment of component infrastructure plans.
  • Represent company on planning issues to external stakeholders and establish structured planning interfaces with planning authorities to ensure alignment and adoption of the LTPF support Group Strategy and Group Policy on such engagements when required.
  • Ensure the alignment of the rail capital plans with the capital budgeting cycle by engaging with the operating divisions planning functions on an on-going basis.
  • Implement and maintain adequate controls of Group Planning budget with pro-active and prudent cost containment and adherence to company finance and accounting policies and procedures.
  • Ensure effective office governance by ensuring monthly reports on progress are comprehensively prepared and presented.
  • Effective management of the rail planning team by ensuring company HR policies and processes are communicated and implemented including performance reviews, skills development and training.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Senior Specialist – Ports and Pipeline Capacity Planning

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg

Salary:

Market Related

Core Job Purpose:

The main purpose of this position is to undertake and guide the development in the capacity planning of port and pipeline infrastructure.

Minimum Requirements:

Unless the incumbent can demonstrate that he/she has developed the necessary competencies through experience, an Engineering degree is required. At least 5 years’ experience of Infrastructure and Capital Planning. 5 years proven experience in port and/or pipeline engineering is essential. 4 years proven experience of Project Management will be an advantage.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Translate the planned freight demand (developed by the Senior Specialist Demand Planning) to port and pipeline demand for infrastructure capacity expansions.
  • Develop the high level capacity plans required to handle the forecast cargo volume.
  • Set up operational standards and designs. Service designs to match with installed infrastructure capacity.
  • Develop service design plans to inform the port and pipeline infrastructure requirements that will most likely ensure sufficient capacity ahead of demand.
  • Identify system capacity constraints and capacity resource.
  • Develop alternatives to mitigate capacity constraints and operational readiness fatal flaws.
  • Comprehensively analyse the installed capacity available on the port and pipeline network and associated hub and terminal infrastructure.
  • Conduct capacity utilisation analysis to understand when and where new capacity will be required in future.
  • Identify and guide the development of technology and infrastructure improvement plans that will most effectively ensure sufficient capacity ahead of demand.
  • Ensure development of infrastructure development plans to reflect the 30 year capital cost and cash-flow programmes.
  • Integrate port and pipeline development plans with other planning functions (rail planning) in, and optimise short term (0 - 7 years), medium term (8-15 years) and long term (16-30 years) infrastructure capital investments.
  • Produce a comprehensive risk register for port and pipeline development projects. The register will include safety, commercial, operational, spatial, environmental and social risks.
  • Lead the development of projects during the PLP FEL1 and FEL 2 process stages and gates
  • Offer support to Group Commercial, Port Authority, TPT and TPL with capacity analysis and infrastructure development investigations in support of commercial contract negotiations.
  • Lead and address port and pipeline planning issues at various internal and external planning committees.
  • Approve and ensure preparation of planning position papers on behalf of the Company in response to external queries about long term port and pipeline developments and land usage.
  • Provide planning direction and support to the operating units in the development of specific conceptual and pre-feasibility studies and the assessment of component infrastructure plans.
  • Represent the Company on planning issues to external stakeholders and establish structured planning interfaces with planning authorities to ensure alignment and adoption of the LTPF; support Group Strategy and Group Policy on such engagements when required.
  • Ensure the alignment of the port and pipeline capital plans with the capital budgeting cycle by engaging with the operating divisions planning functions on an on-going basis.
  • Implement and maintain adequate controls of Group Planning budget with pro-active and prudent cost containment and adherence to the Company finance and accounting policies and procedures.
  • Ensure effective office governance by ensuring monthly reports on progress are comprehensively prepared and presented.
  • Effective management of the port and pipeline planning team by ensuring the Company HR policies and processes are communicated and implemented including performance reviews, skills development and training.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Senior Specialist – Rail Physical Planning

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg

Salary:

Market Related

Core Job Purpose:

To formulate and maintain the rail planning component of the Long Term Planning Framework.

Minimum Requirements:

Unless the incumbent can demonstrate that he/she has developed the necessary competencies through experience, an Engineering degree is required. At least 3 years’ experience of Infrastructure and Capital Planning. 5 years proven experience in Rail Engineering is essential. 3 years proven experience of Project Management will be an advantage.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Formulate and develop the rail components of the Long Term Planning Framework (LTPF) and supporting rail network plans.
  • Develop rail infrastructure solutions and the rail components of the Company’s Long Term Planning Framework (LTPF) and supporting rail network plans.
  • Carry out comprehensive analysis and understanding of the installed capacity available on the entire rail network and associated hub and terminal infrastructure.
  • Conduct capacity utilisation analysis to understand when and where new capacity will be required in future.
  • Identify capacity constraints in terms of running lines, yards, traction systems, traffic control and maintenance systems.
  • Develop infrastructure improvement plans that will most likely ensure sufficient capacity ahead of demand and evaluation the effectiveness of the capacity interventions.
  • Identification and planning of future rolling stock requirements based on the infrastructure capacity requirement.
  • Develop the required infrastructure development plans and programming of phases to reflect the 30 year capital cost and cash-flow programmes.
  • Identify and maintain the dependencies and critical path amongst capacity interventions for all infrastructure improvement plans within the LTPF.
  • Identify missing railway links, upgrading of existing infrastructure, the construction of new railway infrastructure and logistics facilities (including roads interface) with the view to establish an integrated and seamless supply chain through multimodal transport system LTPF alignment with National Development Framework (i.e. SIPS) SADC Regional railways connectivity alignment with the aim to establish efficient, integrated, safe and environmentally sustainable regional railway corridors linking all SADC Member States and countries beyond Project management of new rail alignment development and line upgrade studies utilising the most appropriate methods and technologies to derive to an optimum supply chain solution.
  • Conduct research and planning studies including the early selection, planning, development and approval of capital investment concepts and business cases for project feasibility development.
  • Lead the managements of projects during the FER, FEL-1, and FEL-2 through Project Lifecycle Process (PLP) and participate in Gate Reviews Processes.
  • Produce a comprehensive risk register for rail developments projects in order to develop mitigation statements and remedial actions to ensure that project are not negatively impacted.
  • Project management service and expertise in managing sustainable projects throughout the project lifecycle process to achieve various organizational objectives.
  • Managing the procurement of professional services, contractors and other goods and services within the prescribed legislative and policy requirements.
  • Financial management including but not limited to budgeting, expenditure management and reporting.
  • Ensuring that all project information is accurately kept up to date for effective project review and strategic decision making.
  • Identify project development fatal flaws by analysing engineering hydrological, geotechnical, topographical, structural, signalling, civil, telecoms and electrical reports.
  • Engage with technical experts on rail development plans.
  • Prepare planning position papers on behalf of the Company in response to external queries about long term rail developments and land usage.
  • Provide support to the operating division in the development of specific conceptual and pre-feasibility studies and the assessment of component of infrastructure plans.
  • Ensure the alignment of the rail capital plans with the capital budgeting cycle by engaging with the operating divisions planning functions as an on-going basis.
  • Provide technical inputs at various internal and external forums.
  • Ensure effective office governance by ensuring monthly reports on progress are comprehensively prepared and reported.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Chef

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Parktown

Salary:

Market Related

Minimum Requirements:

Grade 12 / Matric essential. Must have Cafeteria and Catering experience.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Oversee the daily operations of two units.

Oversee all planning, setup and operation of all functions/ catering, this includes but is not limited to:

  • Communicating with the customer and staff.
  • Function sheets.
  • Preparation sheets (mise en place).
  • Menu planning and costing for everyday canteen offerings as well as functions and catering.
  • Updating of menus on a regular basis- paying special attention to seasonal availability.
  • Oversee the ordering of stock.
  • Implement, coordinate and assess all stock takes.
  • Communicate with subordinate staff on a daily basis- to ensure that all daily requirements are met.
  • Ensuring compliance with all Health and safety requirements, this includes the implementation and recording thereof.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Executive Manager – Business Integration

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg Metropolitan

Salary:

Market Related

Core Purpose of Job:

The Executive Manager: Business Integration is key to effectively managing the Company’s overall capital spend. He or she will be responsible for ensuring that all capital projects relevant to more than one Operating Division are tracked and supported by the Capital Integration team.

Minimum Requirements:

Unless the applicant can demonstrate that he/she has gained the necessary competencies through experience, an Honours degree in Finance or Engineering is required. 7-10 years prior capital project support and capital reporting experience preferably within an asset - intensive sector (e.g. rail, ports, pipelines, mining, power, telecoms). At least 6 years in a Senior Management role and working in a complex stakeholder environment with multiple direct reports. Strong experience in capital projects and portfolio optimization. Experience at Executive level and on the overall portfolio management principles.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Ensure that the daily advance runs and the regular monthly runs are correctly scheduled and executed
  • Manage overall liaisons between OD teams and Capital Integration Coordinators to provide: Detailed information about how each project fits into the overall capital portfolio.
  • Support to each OD to ensure that project origination and reporting are rigorous and adhere to the appropriate processes.
  • Ongoing support for problem solving and stakeholder management to ensure that the project remains on track and continues to create value for the Company.
  • Ensuring capital projects are effectively integrated across the overall capital portfolio.
  • Provide the Portfolio Manager with a clear view of the origination pipeline and current project status.
  • Support OD teams and ensure that best practice is followed during project origination and capital reporting, including adherence to the Long Term Planning Framework and Corporate Plan.
  • Support the Portfolio Manager to provide input to CAPIC, ExCos (Group and OD), the Board, and external stakeholders (e.g. DPE) regarding the health of the overall capital portfolio, flagging risks as needed.
  • Ensure ODs and project teams understand the evolving capital portfolio, their reporting obligations and any risks/concerns related to their project or relevant interdependencies.
  • Work with ODs, project teams and other Capital Integration individuals to resolve interface issues.
  • Lead and facilitate problem solving sessions across Business Integration, within Capital Integration and with ODs and project teams as needed.
  • Work with external stakeholders including the DPE and PICC to ensure an appropriate level of transparency and risk management.
  • Communicate with Project Managers across the Group to get their feedback on the business integration processes, and build in continuous improvement initiatives.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Executive Manager – Project Factory

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg Metropolitan

Salary:

Market Related

Core Purpose of Job:

To build, run and maintain a Project Factory to support large, complex capital programmes (of up to R40bn) in robust business case development to ensure that capital mega-projects can be staffed with the right resources at the right time, that capital mega-projects are optimised for financial and social returns, business cases use an agreed source of macroeconomic data, scenario - planning inputs (e.g. for demand planning), and impact calculations and that business cases are aligned with the overall strategy and budgets. Provide single point of contact and accountability for the running of the Project Factory, interacting with CEs and GMs across the Group and CAPIC.

Minimum Requirements:

Unless the applicant can demonstrate that he/she has gained the necessary competencies through experience, a CA (SA) is required. An MBA would be an advantage. At least 8-10 years’ work experience is required. At least 5 years’ experience in an executive position is required. Prior experience in the process for delivering capital projects and in business case development. Experience leading cross-functional teams with mixed tenure and responsibilities. Experience across ODs preferable.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Manage the set-up and piloting of the Project Factory.
  • Manage the physical build of the Project Factory.
  • Manage the staff of the Project Factory, including seconding of full-time resources to the factory, and ensuring sufficient part-time resources and experts are available.
  • Oversee development and maintenance of the Project Factory curriculum, and supporting tools, templates and processes, to ensure that it provides the basis for robust business case development.
  • Agree metrics for calculating impact in a consistent way (e.g. ensuring that the impact of adding a locomotive to a corridor is calculated the same way in all business cases).
  • Communicate with senior internal and external stakeholders in a range of forums to discuss progress of projects in the Project Factory, risks arising and other project related topics, including regular reporting to CAPIC and BADC.
  • Manage the professional development of the Project Factory team (full and part time members and Graduates in Training).
  • Communicate with Programme Directors and programme owner’s team to get their feedback on the Project Factory, and build in continuous improvement initiatives.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Executive Manager – Project Scrubbing

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg Metropolitan

Salary:

Market Related

Core Purpose of Job:

To manage project scrubbing across capital mega-projects to help ensure that the scrubbing teams optimise financial and social value (with targeted savings of up to R50bn across the portfolio) and ensure fiscal responsibility for each project, while balancing the need to drive sustainable business outcomes from these projects.

Minimum Requirements:

Unless the applicant can demonstrate that he/she has gained the necessary competencies through experience, a CA (SA) or BSc Engineering (Civil or Mechanical) is required. An MBA would be an advantage. At least 8 -10 years’ work experience. At least 5 years’ experience in an executive position. Prior experience in the process for delivering capital projects and in Business case development. Significant prior capital project scrubbing experience, preferably within an asset-intensive sector (e.g. rail, ports, pipelines, mining, power, telecoms); Previous management experience of a large team in a fast-paced environment.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Manage - 4 scrubbing teams to ensure that: best practice in capital project scrubbing is followed.
  • Teams learn from each other; and that projects are scrubbed rigorously with high impact results on value/cost and schedule.
  • Prioritise the work of the scrubbing teams in line with the overall capital portfolio priorities.
  • Work with Business Integration Officers to ensure that scrubbing recommendations do not put other projects at risk.
  • Support Mega Team Leads in the development of portions of the business case relevant to cost, timing, or otherwise addressable in a project scrubbing context.
  • Work closely with the Portfolio Manager to ensure that project scrubbing is effective within the overall capital optimisation process.
  • Manage the professional development of the scrubbing teams, including Graduates in Training.
  • Communicate with CEs and GMs across the Group to get their feedback on the scrubbing processes, and build in continuous improvement initiatives.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Executive Manager - Governance, Assurance and Monitoring (Group Capital Integration)

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE – African females, African males & Coloured candidates would be preferable.

Location:

Johannesburg Metropolitan

Salary:

Market Related

Core Purpose Of The Job:

Ensuring that the Capital Integration team, project teams, and relevant OD / Group and external stakeholders are aware of and following best practice for capital project / programme governance.

Minimum Requirements:

Unless the applicant can demonstrate that he/she has gained the necessary competencies through experience, a NQF level 7qualification in Accounting / Financial Management is required. A minimum of 6 years of corporate reporting experience, preferably within a large corporate entity is required. At least 6 years of experience designing and managing corporate governance is required. At least 8 years of training and change management in a complex stakeholder environment. Experience in management of risk and controls in a large organization is required. A CA (SA) qualification is preferred, alternative very strong experience in the fields of governance, risk and control.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Develop and embed the internal control frameworks for capital project management, within the limits specified by CAPIC.
  • Work with other oversight committees (e.g. Group Planning and Monitoring, and OD equivalents) to ensure the reporting burden is minimised, reporting is consistent, and that reports allow effective decision-making.
  • Work with project teams and Business Integration Officers to ensure that the platinum standards are embedded in all capital projects.
  • Manage monthly and quarterly reporting of Capital for CAPIC, Group EXCO, Board Acquisition and Disposal Committee (BADC) including supporting the Portfolio Manager in developing portfolio-related reports.
  • Development of reporting framework to support Programme Directors for strategic projects identified – to CAPIC, EXCO and BADC where applicable. Develop integrated reports for internal and external stakeholders based on inputs from other Capital Integration team members, capital project teams, and other oversight committees, and external sources – external stakeholders include the DPE.
  • Development, embedding and continuous improvement of capital policies, processes, standards and procedures across the Company.
  • Ensure alignment and standardisation across the Company.
  • Liaise with TIA service provider to develop the internal audit plan as related to the Capital Portfolio, aligned to the Chief Audit Executive and Group Audit Committee’s (GAC) strategy.
  • Development of the post-implementation review (PIR) strategy. Implementation of the strategy and facilitate the reporting through the necessary oversight committees including CAPIC and Operating Division CEs.
  • Develop and embed Training and change management processes to ensure sustainability of the platinum standard and capital excellence processes.
  • Work with senior members of project teams, ODs, and at Group level to ensure that they understand reporting responsibilities, governance and assurance processes.
  • Manage the TIA service provider to ensure execution of audit plan in line with GAC approved plan.
  • Ownership and management of the CAPIC process – scheduling the agenda with the GCFO, management of submissions to CAPIC, formulating the CAPIC annual work plan.
  • Risk management of the Capital Portfolio and regular interaction with the Risk Department and to understand and report on relevance and appropriateness of risk mitigation strategies.

 

 

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Salary:

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